Discourse studies, the study of the ways in which language is used in texts and contexts, is a fast-moving and increasingly diverse field. With contributions from leading and upcoming scholars from across the world, and covering cutting-edge research, this Handbook offers an up-to-date survey of Discourse Studies. It is organized according to perspectives and areas of engagement, with each chapter providing an overview of the historical development of its topic, the main current issues, debates and synergies, and future directions. The Handbook presents new perspectives on well-established themes such as narrative, conversation-analytic and cognitive approaches to discourse, while also embracing a range of up-to-the-minute topics from post-humanism to digital surveillance, recent methodological orientations such as linguistic landscapes and multimodal discourse analysis, and new fields of engagement such as discourses on race, religion and money.
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Anna De Fina is Professor of Language and Linguistics at Georgetown University. Together with Alexandra Georgakopoulou, she has co-edited Analyzing Narrative and The Handbook of Narrative Analysis. Alexandra Georgakopoulou is Professor of Discourse Analysis and Sociolinguistics at King's College London. Together with Anna De Fina, she has co-edited Analyzing Narrative and The Handbook of Narrative Analysis.
Part I. (Con)Textualizing Discourses: 1. Registers, Styles, Indexicality Robert Moore; 2. Situating Discourse Analysis in Ethnographic and Sociopolitical Context Jennifer Roth-Gordon; 3. Context and its Complications Jan Blommaert With Laura Smits and Noura Yacoubi; 4. Re-Thinking Narrative: Tellers, Tales and Identities in Contemporary Worlds Anna De Fina and Alexandra Georgakopoulou; 5. Historicity, Interdiscursivity and Intertextuality in Discourse Studies Branca Falabella Fabricio and Luiz Paulo Moita-Lopes; Part II. Perspectives and Modes of Analysis: 6. Sequence Organization: Understanding What Drives Talk Emily Hofstetter; 7. Doing Micro-Analysis of Discourse: The Case of Ageing and Wellbeing Rachel Heinrichsmeier; 8. Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies Clyde Ancarno; 9. Cognitive Linguistic and Experimental Methods in Critical Discourse Studies Christopher Hart; 10. Metaphor, Metonymy and Framing in Discourse Zsófia Demjén and Elena Semino; 11. Poststructuralist Discourse Studies: From Structure to Practice Johannes Angermuller; Part III: Discourse Materialities and Embodiment: 12. Multimodality Sabine Tan, Kay O'Halloran and Peter Wignell; 13. Sign Theory and the Materiality of Discourse Jack Sidnell; 14. Discourse and theLinguistic Landscape Philip Seargeant and Korina Giaxoglou; 15. Discourse, Emotions, and Embodiment Brigitta Busch; 16. Posthumanism and its Implications for Discourse Studies Gavin Lamb and Christina Higgins; Part IV. Translocations and Intersections: 17. Transnationalism, Globalization, and Superdiversity Zane Goebel; 18. Translanguaging and Momentarity in Social Interaction Tong King Lee and Li Wei; 19. Intersectionality, Affect and Discourse Kristine Køhler Mortensen and Tommaso M. Milani; 20. Expanding Academic Discourses: Diverse Englishes, Modalities, and Spatial Repertoires Brooke R. Schreiber, Mohammad Naseh Nasrollahi Shahri and Suresh Canagarajah; Part V. Ethics, Inequality and Inclusion: 21. Ethics and theStudy of Discourse Martyn Hammersley; 22. Migrants, Citizenship and Language Rights Lionel Wee; 23. Diversity and Inclusion in Education Yi-Ju Lai and Kendall A. King; 24. Discourse and Racialization Virginia Zavala and Michele Back; 25. Discourse and Narrative in Legal Settings: The Political Asylum Process Amy Shuman and Carol Bohmer; 26. Discourse and Religion in Educational Practice Vally Lytra; Part VI. Discourses, Publics and Mediatization: 27. The Critical Analysis of Genre and Social Action Anders Björkvall; 28. Rhetorics, Discourse and Populist Politics Markus Rheindorf; 29. The Discourses of Money and the Economy Annabelle Mooney; 30. Corporate Discourse Sylvia Jaworska; 31. Mediatized Communication and Linguistic Reflexivity in Contemporary Public and Political Life Cedric Deschrijver; 32. Discourse Analysis and Digital Surveillance Rodney H. Jones.
'Bringing together an impressive cast of both experienced and new international scholars, this exciting multidisciplinary handbook presents a large, comprehensive and stimulating range of topics at the cutting edge of research, challenging the conventional wisdom and providing a refreshing source of new ideas for all discourse analysts.' Janet Holmes, Emeritus Professor of Linguistics, Victoria University of Wellington 'In this timely and thoughtful collection, De Fina and Georgakopoulou have achieved the remarkable feat of bringing Discourse Studies up to date with a range of innovative chapters on new and current topics. This is a perfect entry point for new students of Discourse and an indispensable book for advanced researchers.' Adam Jaworski, University of Hong Kong 'The Cambridge Handbook of Discourse Studies truly captures what it means to study discourse in the 21st century.' Veronika Koller, Lancaster University
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